Posted by Darren Halket
Wed, Feb 22, 2017

We are excited to announce that that our new eBook store is now open. Over the coming months we will be releasing a number of publications, some technical and some business related.

The first publication is written by our MD Guy Remond and is entitled Creating & Maintaining Cultural Excellence in Technical Teams. The book is written for all business owners and stakeholders who have to operate, or are affected by, new software applications or platforms post-implementation, with businesses of any size, structure or industry.

Posted by Petr Zapletal
Mon, Feb 20, 2017

Welcome to the new edition of #ThisWeekInScala!

This blog aims to keep you up to date with the latest news from the world of Scala and Reactive programming.

Posted by Petr Zapletal
Mon, Feb 13, 2017

Welcome to the new edition of #ThisWeekInScala!

This blog aims to keep you up to date with the latest news from the world of Scala and Reactive programming.

Posted by Carl Pulley
Sat, Feb 11, 2017

In this blog post we explain how Typesafe configuration data may be validated. To avoid unnecessary boilerplate code, we use Shapeless to aid the creation of a lightweight validation DSL. We finish off the post by showing how the use of sealed abstract classes can be leveraged to enforce validation constraints to be invariant.

Posted by Petr Zapletal
Mon, Feb 6, 2017

Welcome to to the New Year's edition of #ThisWeekInScala!

This blog aims to keep you up to date with the latest news from the world of Scala and Reactive programming.

Posted by Petr Zapletal
Mon, Jan 30, 2017

Welcome to to the New Year's edition of #ThisWeekInScala!

This blog aims to keep you up to date with the latest news from the world of Scala and Reactive programming.

Posted by Petr Zapletal
Sun, Jan 22, 2017

Welcome to to the New Year's edition of #ThisWeekInScala!

This blog aims to keep you up to date with the latest news from the world of Scala and Reactive programming.

Posted by Carl Pulley
Wed, Jan 18, 2017

As part of a series of blog posts on Chaos engineering, this blog post introduces the open source library docker-compose-toolkit. Here, we use this library to define a Chaos experiment (using extensible effects) that illustrates the impact that auto-downing can have when an Akka cluster is subjected to network partitioning. The previous post Can Real World Distributed Systems be Proven Correct? motivates and explains the need for performing fault injection on distributed applications. In future posts, we will consider more realistic use cases than considered here - so please stay tuned!

Posted by Petr Zapletal
Sun, Jan 15, 2017

Welcome to to the New Year's edition of #ThisWeekInScala!

This blog aims to keep you up to date with the latest news from the world of Scala and Reactive programming.

Posted by Mark Harrison
Mon, Jan 9, 2017

In part one we learned about our Microservices, we dockerized them using sbt-docker, created our entry point, and finally configured them for Cassandra.

That’s all well and good, but we can’t even run them yet - so let’s get cracking!!

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